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NU outlasts La Salle, stays perfect

first_imgShin targets Solaire PH Open crown at TCC View comments Nueva Ecija warehouse making fake cigarettes raided, 29 Chinese workers nabbed Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano LATEST STORIES Undermanned University of Santo Tomas, though, made quick work of Adamson, 25-9, 31-29, 25-19, in the second game.Leaning on Cherry Rondina anew, the Tigresses improved to 2-2 and forced a four-way logjam at the third spot with the Lady Falcons, Ateneo, and Far Eastern University.Rondina led all scorers with 22 points.ADVERTISEMENT Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours UK plans Brexit celebrations but warns businesses may suffer It was business as usual for Jaja Santiago, who dominated anew with 27 points for NU.“These players delivered,” said NU coach Babes Castillo in Filipino as he pointed to Santiago and setter Jasmine Nabor. “Actually the only thing I did was remind them on what they had to do.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkLa Salle took a 12-8 lead in the fifth set, before Santiago rallied NU to match point, 14-13, with a brutal quick kill from the middle.May Luna was able to tie the set at 14-14 but Santiago once again proved her worth when she powered home Nabor’s pass for a 15-14 lead, before Aiko Urdas iced the match with a service ace. In a showdown between unbeaten teams, National University walked away with a perfect record after outlasting defending champion La Salle, 26-24, 19-24, 22-25, 25-17, 16-14, in the UAAP Season 80 women’s volleyball tournament Sunday at Filoil Flying V Centre.The Lady Bulldogs now own sole possession of the No. 1 spot in the standings with a 4-0 record, the best start in recent memory, while the Lady Spikers slipped to second at 3-1.ADVERTISEMENT It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew MOST READ GALLERY: Barangay Ginebra back as PBA Governors’ Cup kings Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Sea turtle trapped in net freed in Legazpi City Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextlast_img read more


first_imgThe world famous Coca-Cola Christmas Truck is coming to The Bayview Bar Dungloe this Sunday afternoon to raise money for Temple Street Children’s Hospital. Owner of The Bayview Bar, Patrick Boyle told Donegal Daily, “We would like to thank Anthony Mc Cahill and Crew from Ramelton for making this possible. “We will have a Donation Bucket and Raffle on the day with proceeds going to TEMPLE STREET HOSPITAL for all the less unfortunate children.“This year we choose COCA-COLA as our Christmas theme and we are delighted to have Lorry coming on Sunday.“The Lorry is expected to be in town at around 3pm it will come down the Main Street to the Bayview Bar Dungloe.“The lorry will be escorted by Santa’s Elve’s followed by Santa and his sleigh saying a final farewell to all the Children until next Christmas. “We will also have The Frozen Car and Disney Characters joining in the fun, Santa will be playing a few tunes for all the Children and later that Night we will be joined by DJ TUBBSY ‘Thomas Costello‘ and Highland Radio’s Gary Gamble for our annual Emigrants Night. ‪#‎CocaCola‬ Coca-ColaCOCA-COLA CHRISTMAS TRUCK IS COMING TO DUNGLOE TOMORROW AFTERNOON was last modified: January 2nd, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BusinessFeaturesnewslast_img read more

Return to class, mayor advises

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE‘Mame,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ composer Jerry Herman dies at 88 Recalling his own days as a student leading walkouts during civil-rights demonstrations in 1968, Villaraigosa added: “Yes, I was involved in protests and I paid a price. It was one of the reasons I was forced to leave school.” Sheriff Lee Baca said deputies will pursue charges against adults who are involved in future demonstrations. “We believe that it was some adults who organized these (student protests) and encouraged the kids to go on freeways,” Baca said. “In California, there is a law that makes them accountable for these actions.” Superintendent Roy Romer said a letter is being sent to parents warning them they could be prosecuted if their children are chronically truant. And Police Chief William Bratton said the Los Angeles Police Department also has a separate program that could result in $200 in fines and 20 days of community service for students who are cited for truancy. After a second day of walkouts by protesting students, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa joined with school and law enforcement officials Tuesday in urging a return to classes and threatening a crackdown on truants. Officials estimated that 8,000 Los Angeles Unified School District students and 3,600 from neighboring districts participated in rain-soaked marches and rallies demanding rights for illegal immigrants. LAUSD officials estimated that Tuesday’s walkout, along with one Monday in which almost 25,000 students participated, cost the district nearly $950,000 in state funding. The weekday demonstrations followed massive protests Saturday and Sunday, where as many as 500,000 people rallied against proposed federal legislation that would make it a felony to be in the United States illegally. “On Saturday, when we had a half-million people out here, that was the proper use of a demonstration and protest,” Villaraigosa said in an afternoon news conference at City Hall. “Now, our students belong back in school, … in their classrooms, where they can have further discussions about this issue.” “Some of these kids might end up cleaning up the freeways they were demonstrating on,” Bratton said. Dampened by the rain, Tuesday’s demonstrations were less festive than those Monday. Students chanted but did not engage the public, as they did the previous day. Few drivers honked horns in support, and business owners and residents did not stand outside and cheer. “We’re doing this for our people,” said Vanessa Morataya, a sophomore from Birmingham High School. “If we don’t fight this, who else is going to fight it? “A lot of people are saying (the legislation) is going to be approved. We want to show them that we are a lot of people, and we’ll stand up for what we believe.” Some student protesters had gathered at the Marvin Braude San Fernando Valley Constituent Service Center in Van Nuys by midday. “We want everyone to know that you can’t mess with us, you can’t stop us,” said Jon Garcia, a 12th-grader from Birmingham High. “Even though we’re kids, even though it’s raining, we’re letting everyone know that we deserve to be heard. “We will not stop until this bill is not passed. We will not drop this.” In classrooms throughout the Valley, immigration remained a hot topic. At least two high schools – Birmingham and Verdugo Hills – held forums for students to air their views without cutting class. “By leaving campus, their voices aren’t heard,” said Birmingham Principal Marsha Coates of her school’s two student-run forums. “They’re just walking around, costing taxpayers a lot of money. It’s just a ditch day – and they will be marked as truant.” Student Body President Briana Weatherspoon hosted a lunchtime forum attended by 40 students, some of whom stressed the importance of attending class. Outside the school, two students marched in the rain with a Mexican flag, their faces shrouded by bandannas. “Write a letter to your congressman instead of walking out,” said Katherine Campos, 17, of Reseda. “If you walk out, do it after school or on the weekend. Otherwise, you leave yourself open to criticism.” At Verdugo Hills High in Tujunga, students on lunch break filed into the auditorium to talk about immigration. Armando Cuadros, 17, of Sunland was one of those who spoke, and said afterward that he feels compelled to defend illegal immigrants. “People complain about abortion – you know, about a baby – and what if that baby would (find) the cure for AIDS?” Armando said. “It’s the same thing for immigrants. What if that immigrant could find the cure for cancer?” At Los Angeles City Hall, where thousands of the students had gathered in protest over the weekend and Monday, about 75 students huddled beneath trees seeking shelter from the sporadic rain. They waved flags and shouted to motorists driving past on First Street as extra police officers were brought in to provide security. Officials said there were no problems reported as a result of the small demonstration. Eduardo “Piolin” Sotelo, a popular Spanish-language disc jockey who helped attract 500,000 people to march in downtown Los Angeles on Sunday, during his Tuesday show urged protesting teenagers to return to the classroom. “Please, parents, support your children, but the right way,” he said. Staff Writers Troy Anderson, Dana Bartholomew, Alex Dobuzinskis and Rachel Uranga contributed to this report. Josh Kleinbaum, (818) 713-3669 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more


first_img The workshop will be delivered by Lyn Savage & Will Harman national Dev. Officers from the LGFA plus Two Inter County Goalkeepers Linda Martin, Monaghan All star nominee, and Irene Munneely, Meath All star 2011.The Donegal Ladies Board of the LGFA need a minimum of 6 club goalkeepers from Donegal for the practical element of the workshop.This workshop will come in two parts- Theory & Practical.County Team managers should send their county keeper and their keeper coaches to his workshop and clubs should get their adult keeper and a coach to attend. Contact Dev. Officer with names of participants and goalkeepers asap. The course is open top men’s and ladies’ teams.FINAL CALL TO CLUBS OVER TOP NOTCH GOALKEEPING COACH COURSE was last modified: May 19th, 2015 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:coachdonegalgoalkeepingLGFA TIME is running out for clubs to book coaches on the Ladies Football Coaching & Development workshop next Monday.‘COACHING THE KEEPER WORKSHOP’.Venue, Colaiste Ailigh, Letterkenny.Time;- Sharp @ 7pm to 9.30.Fee;- €25 per Club.Minimum number of coaches required is 15 and maximum is 25 – participants must be over 16yrs of age.last_img read more


first_imgSOCCER: The Ulster schools interprovincial squad travel to Dublin today tin a tournament which will see them take on Leinster, Munster and Connacht.The Ulster squad will be going into the tournament as strong contenders to win the competition. The squad is made up of a 16 man squad. 14 of the squad are from Derry City and Finn Harps.While the other come from Letterkenny Rovers and Cavan/Monaghan respectively.BJ Banda will be a key figure for the squad, he is in flying form who scored at the weekend against Dundalk – and recently made his debut for the Finn Harps senior squad.The team will be managed by Paul Browne, who will be hoping he can bring the squad to victory. The Ulster squad play Leinster today at AUL at 4pm.The full squad is named below:Jason McCallion-Derry City-Moville Sean Friel-Letterkenny Rovers-Deele CollegeCiaran Kelly-Finn Harps-St Eunans Sam Todd-Derry City-Carn CSJason McGee-Finn Harps-Falcarragh PCCLee McColgan-Derry City-Falcarragh PCCLuke Nelis-Finn Harps-St EunansAdrian Delap-Derry City-Loreto MilfordGareth Doherty-Finn Harps-St Columbas College StrnaorlarConnor Gormley-Derry City-Loreto Milford BJ Banda-Finn Harps-Royal and PriorCathal Farren-Derry City-Carn csSean McBride-Derry City-St Columbas College StranorlarStephen Corrigan–Monaghan-St MccartansEoin Slevin–Finn Harps-Abbey VS Donegal TownShane Blaney-Finn Harps-St EunansSOCCER: ULSTER SCHOOLS INTERPROVINCIALS FACE LEINSTER TODAY was last modified: October 2nd, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:soccerSportUlsterlast_img read more


first_imgA LACK of junior doctors at Letterkenny General could cause a crisis there within days, the county’s two TDs said today. In a joint statement, Donegal Sinn Féin TDs, Pearse Doherty and Pádraig Mac Lochlainn have appealed to the Minister for Health, James Reilly to urgently intervene and ensure that additional Non Consultant Hospital Doctors (NCHDs or Junior Doctors) are immediately appointed to the county’s main hospital.The Donegal Deputies said that it is their understanding that unless there is an immediate solution, the Accident and Emergency Department may be in danger of downgrading. Deputy Pearse Doherty said: “I challenged the Taoiseach and Minister for Health in the Dáil to publicly state what are the small rural hospitals that the Minister is referring to when he states that some will not be able to operate safely as a 24 hour A&E service as a result of the shortage of junior doctors.“The Minister refused to answer my question and indeed the persistent questioning by the Sinn Féin team over the last number of weeks on this issue”.He went on: “It is our understanding that the services of Letterkenny General Hospital will be seriously impacted as a result of the lack of junior doctors and in particular within the A&E Department.“Unless there is an immediate solution to this problem, the people of Donegal will have to endure a serious curtailment of services across a number of departments with a clear emphasis on A&E. “The Minister has already signalled that a number of hospitals will not be able to deliver a safe 24 hour accident and emergency service during the summer.”GUARANTEE NEEDED IN DAILThe TDs said their focus is to ensure that Letterkenny General is not one of the hospitals that he refers to.Said Padraig MacLochlainn: “We will be raising this yet again today in the Dáil chamber. The Minister must now make a clear statement on this matter which alleviates the concerns of the people of Donegal”This is the latest controversy surrounding the hospital which has been overspending by up to a quarter of a millon euros every week. TELL US YOUR VIEW….LEAVE A COMMENT BELOWLETTERKENNY GENERAL A&E ‘IN DANGER’ SAY SINN FEIN TDs was last modified: June 30th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:donegaldaily.comLetterkenny General HospitalPadraig MacLochlainn TDPearse Doherty TDSinn Feinlast_img read more


first_imgJOHNSONThe death has taken place at Donegal Community Hospital of Susan Johnson, Ashdoon Brae, Donegal Town. Removal from there this evening at 6 pm to St Mary’s Church, Killymard.  Funeral Mass on Friday at 11 am, with burial afterwards in Clar Cemetery.  House private please.KELLY The sudden death has taken place at Letterkenny General Hospital of Mary Kelly, Creamery Road, Crossroads, Killygordon. Removal from McCool’s Chapel of Rest, Navenny Carpark, Ballybofey this (Thursday) evening at 6pm going to St Patrick’s Church, Crossroads to repose overnight. Funeral Mass tomorrow (Friday) at 11am. Interment afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. House is strictly private until after the funeral at the request of the deceased.HEALYThe death has taken place at the Donegal Hospice of Seamus Healy, Kenaghan (Keen-ahan), Kilmacrennan, and formerly of Tuam, County Galway. Remains are reposing at the family home. Funeral Mass tomorrow (Friday) at 12 noon in St Joseph’s Church, Rathmullan with burial afterwards in the local cemetery. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu if desired to the Donegal Hospice, c/o Con Mc Daid and Sons, Oldtown, Letterkenny, or Julia McFadden, Breenagh, Churchill. The house is private please from 11pm to 10am.McCONNELL The sudden death has taken place of Margaret McConnell, Trusk Rd, Ballybofey and formerly of New Town, Donegal. Remains reposing at her late residence. Funeral leaving her home tomorrow (Friday) at 10.30am for 11am Requiem Mass in St Mary’s Church, Stranorlar, followed by interment in Killymard cemetery, Donegal. Family flowers only please. Family time from 11pm until 10amDEATH NOTICES FOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2011 was last modified: October 20th, 2011 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:2011DEATH NOTICES FOR THURSDAYOCTOBER 20last_img read more


first_imgIRELAND is being pelted by thunderstorms today – but Donegal won’t see any major downpours until much later tonight.Peter O’Donnell from Irish Weather Online has posted the above map showing the times when the downpours will hit various parts of the county and the likely deluge.Donegal will see heavy rain from around 9pm onwards, according to his latest weather models. Saturday will bring a mix of sunny spells and scattered showers over the northern half of the country, some heavy or thundery.However Sunday and Monday in Donegal is expected to be dry and bright – with most rain further south.   FORECASTERS IN THUNDERSTORM WARNINGS was last modified: June 14th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:FORECASTERS IN THUNDERSTORM WARNINGSlast_img read more


first_imgDonegal Junior LeagueReports Brian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionCappry Rovers 4 Rathmullan Celtic 3Cappry Rovers secured the points in this seven goal thriller played in Cappry Park when they came from three goals down. Rathmullan opened the scoring as early as the third minute when Kevin Mc Grath scored with a shot to the corner of the net when the Cappry defence failed to clear. Cappry had a few chances through Brendan Mc Laughlin, Patrick Mc Nulty and Alan Patton but good keeping and defensive work kept them from scoring. Rathmullan shocked the home team on the half hour mark when Darragh Patton received a cross from Ryan Connolly, beat the off-side trap and scored. Cappry tried to get back into the game but could find no way through the visitor’s defence. Rathmullan scored their third goal in the fortieth minute when Ryan Connolly won the ball and his shot went over the top of the advancing Cappry keeper. Things were looking bleak for the home team but following a corner for Cappry on the stroke of half-time Patrick Mc Nulty rose highest to head the ball to the net and give the home team a lifeline for the second half.Cappry got their second goal in the sixty third to get them back in the game. Mark Mc Ginty put Cappry on level terms in the seventy sixth minute when he shot to the net from outside the eighteen yard box following a free kick. Cappry’s tails were up now and they kept pushing forward for the winner and they were rewarded in the eighty fourth minute when Patrick Mc Nulty scored with a header to secure the points.Team Performance from Cappry Rovers. Goalkeeper Shaun Black was best for Rathmullan Celtic. Referee: Liam Farren.Glenea United 1 Milford United 1In good conditions for football the points were shared after a hard fought game. It was the visitors that started the brightest with a Gary Merritt shot being cleared off the line by Eugene Maguire. Milford took the lead on 20 minutes when Mark Flood reacted quickest to a loose ball in the box and he forced the ball home from close range. Glenea tried hard to get into the game but were unable to create a clear cut chance. In the 2nd half the home side began to get on top and were rewarded on 65 minutes when Dean Gallagher headed home a Darren Mc Geever corner at the near post. Both sides pushed for a winner without really troubling either keeper. Team efforts from both sides. Referee: Marty Quinn.Gweedore Celtic 0 St. Catherines 3The league leaders came to an Screaban and extended their 100 % league record. St Catherines started brightly and created several half chances without troubling Mc Kelvey in the Gweedore nets. As the half progressed the home side came into the game and had two efforts from Odhran Mac Niallais that went narrowly wide. The second half started as the first with St Catherines dominating possession. On 60 minutes Odhran Mac Niallais beat three players but his effort came off the post. On 65 minutes St. Catherines were awarded a penalty but Mc Kelvey guessed correctly to make the save. On 75 minutes a mistake in the Gweedore defence allowed Jason Noctor to score from 12 yards. St Catherines were then reduced to ten men but before Gweedore could make the extra man count another misplaced pass in the home defence allowed Conor O’Rourke to score. On 85 minutes a well hit strike from Noctor wrapped up the three points for Catherines. Best for Gweedore were Brendan Devine and Damien O’Sullivan. A strong team performance from St Catherines. Referee: Mick LanganKildrum Tigers 4 Lifford Celtic 3Kildrum Tigers got their second win on the bounce with a hard fought victory over Lifford Celtic. Kildrum opened the scoring after 30 minutes when William Lynch tapped in from a Gareth Colhoun cross. Lifford responded well and equalised from the penalty spot through Ross Porter before going ahead through a wonderful finish by James Connolly. Kildrum started well in the second half and drew level on 60 minutes when Jonny Mc Ginty scored from the penalty spot for the third week running. Kildrum regained the lead on 72 minutes when William Lynch headed home from a Colhoun free kick. Lifford drew level on 79 minutes from a powerful James Connolly header. Kildrum pressed hard and got the winner with six minutes to go when Shane Mc Intyre fired home from 22 yards. A match played in a sporting manner by both sets of players. Referee: Michael Connolly.Drumoghill F.C. 1 Cranford United 0 Drumoghill FC maintained their unbeaten start to the season with this hard earned victory over a dogged Cranford United team. Liam O’Donnell’s second half strike was enough to seal the points in a game that was low on chances but high on commitment. O’Donnell managed to evade the attentions of Chris Duffy to divert Chris Malseed’s cross into the net on 67 minutes to break the deadlock after the home side had dominated possession up until then. Despite their dominance Drumoghill created little of notable chances. They were comfortable throughout but found Darren Lynch, Sharkey and Arthur Lynch tough barriers in the Cranford rearguard who restricted Drumoghill to long range efforts. Cranford did apply a lot of pressure in the closing minutes in their search for an equaliser but Drumoghill held out for another precious three points. Referee: Ed Moore.Watson Hire Division OneWhitestrand United 0 Lagan Harps 5On a clear brisk day Whitestrand United took on Lagan Harps at Mc Garvey Park. This was a repeat of a cup game a few weeks ago. Whitestrand started strongly and Paul Lynch had a good effort on goal. Lagan began to exert some pressure and this told when Stephen O’Donnell scored on the break. Whitestrand had their chance to equalise when Paul Lynch narrowly headed wide. The second came towards the end of the first half following a foul on the edge of the Whitestrand box and Stephen O’Donnell scored his second when he floated the ball over the wall and into the far corner. The first half was a story of one side taking their chances and the other side not. The second half started with both teams knowing the importance of the next goal. This came when Stephen O’Donnell took home the match ball with his and Lagan’s third. Then Lagan closed out the game in excellent fashion when both Odhran Mc Macken and Christopher Toner piled the misery on Whitestrand and completed a comprehensive win for Lagan Harps. Best for Lagan was Stephen O’Donnell and best for Whitestrand was Sean Martin.Castlefin Celtic 2 Gweedore United 0Castlefin kept their good run of form going with a win over Gweedore. A scrappy game in Park View saw both teams struggle to settle on the ball for a large period of the first half. Castlefin had a good chance to take the lead after 25minutes but Ronan Tourish saw his strike well saved by the Gweedore keeper. Castlefin broke the deadlock on 42 minutes, a Barry Tourish ball across the box found Ronan Tourish who volleyed into the back of the net from 6 yards. Castlefin could have doubled the lead before half time but Ian Ward’s 20 yard strike hit the post. Castlefin started the second half the brighter and doubled their advantage on 50 minutes. Barry Tourish’s excellent run down the wing found JP Malley in the box who had a simple task to tap in from 3 yards.Referee: Joe McHugh.Keadue Rovers 7 Kerrykeel ’71 F.C. 1Keadue Rovers continued their good start to this season with another fine win over Kerrykeel at Central Park on Sunday. Kerrykeel were to the fore from the start. They went in front following an Adrian Hanlon corner. The ball ran loose at the edge of the box and Paul Mc Garvey’s left foot volley went past the keeper. They went two up on twenty eight minutes, again from a corner. Conor Greene rose to meet it at the near post. The away side got back into the game on thirty eight minutes when Colm Mc Gonagle found some space at the edge of the area and rifled a shot low to the net. Keadue hit their third when Luke Neely held off a defender on the right and slotted past the keeper. On the hour mark Adrian Hanlon ended the game as a contest when he headed excellently past the keeper after a long clearance from the Keadue defence. James Boyle fired to the corner for Keadue’s fifth on sixty five minutes. On seventy three minutes Ryan Greene made it 6-1 finishing well on the run. The scoring was completed two minutes from the end when Adam Neely was first to the ball after a free kick and slotted low under the keeper. Best for Keadue were Jack O’Brien, Conor Greene and Adrian Hanlon while best for Kerrykeel were Martin Mc Ateer and Cathal Martin. Referee: Marty Mc Garrigle.Copany Rovers 2 Dunkineely Celtic 1Copany Rovers recorded their first victory of the season with a home win over local rivals Dunkineely Celtic.The game started brightly with both teams creating clear cut chances but unable to find the net. It remained 0-0 at half time. Dunkineely started the brighter in the second half coming close on a couple of occasions but it was Copany sub Liam Duffy who opened the scoring when he neatly slotted home after a nice ball over the top by Roger Leonard . Copany then went close on a couple of occasions but couldn’t extend their lead. Dunkineely started to pile on the pressure and were rewarded with an equaliser on 82 minutes. The game looked like it was going to end 1-1 but there was just time for Thomas Given to get on the end of a Liam Duffy cross to secure the three points. Good team performance from Dunkineely with Liam Duffy and Ross and Callum Gallagher standing out for the home side .CT Ball Division TwoGlenree United 1 Raphoe Town 2It was the visitors who went away with the three points after a dogged game. They broke the deadlock on 20 minutes when the forward toe poked the ball over the line. In the 27th minute they were two up after a good through ball let Recce Ruddock finished well. In the second half Glenree came to life and Karl Mc Elhinney sent Patrick Mc Groddy through to finish excellently. Then in the 78th minute Mc Elhinney made good work to get into the box but could only watch in agony as his chip clipped the bar and went out of danger. Both sides created a few more chances but it ended with a Raphoe Town victory. Man of the match was Karl Mc Elhinney. Referee: Kevin LogueLetterbarrow Celtic 2 Convoy Arsenal 3This game was played in perfect conditions at Tymeen. Convoy Arsenal maintained their 100% winning start to the season. In a game of good football Convoy took the lead on twenty minutes when Johnny Robb beat the offside trap to curl a perfect finish past the home keeper. Five minutes later it was all even again when Kieran Breslin hammered home from close range. Convoy scored two late first half goals through Ryan Carlin and a second from Johnny Robb. Letterbarrow put in a strong performance in the second half and pulled a goal back through Barry Rose on sixty minutes. The visiting keeper produced a brilliant save in injury time to secure all three points for Convoy. Best for Letterbarrow were Eoin Gallagher and Liam Reynolds. Carlin and Robb were best for Convoy.Old Orchard Saturday Division OneArranmore United 2 Orchard F.C. 2Title chasing Orchard F.C. were held to a draw on the Island on Saturday but it could have been worse as it took a last minute penalty to deny the young island team the three points. Orchard started the better but didn’t threaten the keeper Conner proctor. Arranmore took the lead from a penalty on 10 minutes through Daniel O’ Donnell after Chris Mc Glanaghey was taking down. Arranmore doubled their lead on 18 minutes when Declan Proctor scored from a difficult angle. Orchard never gave up and Mc Laughlin hit a screamer from 25 yards giving Proctor no chance. This gave the visitors some hope but Arranmore worked tirelessly to hold their advantage. Just when it seemed the home side had done enough Orchard broke on the right and gained a penalty in the 90th minute which Sweeney duly converted, Arranmore had a chance to win it but Mc Glanaghey was adjudged offside when put clean through by McGowan. Team efforts by both sides. Referee: Barry Hunter,Glenea United Reserves 2 Donegal Town Reserves 2Glenea started well and took the lead on 12 minutes when Donal Coll got onto a through ball and lobbed it over the stranded keeper. Glenea pushed hard for a 2nd goal but were unable to find it. In the 2nd half the home side started well again and went close on a couple of occasions to doubling their lead. Donegal Town equalised on 60 minutes when Caolan Gaphney was on hand to score from close range after the home side failed to deal with a cross. Glenea regained the lead on 70 minutes when Darren Duggan picked up a loose ball on the edge of the box and calmly drove the ball home. The away side equalised again on 80 minutes when a cross from the left found Ted Bustard and he slotted the ball home. Best for Glenea were Donal Coll and Kevin McFadden while Ted Bustard was lively for Donegal Town. Referee: Martin Coll.Castlefin Celtic Reserves 1 St. Catherines Reserves 4In an even first half it was Castlefin who took the lead after 8 minutes. Darragh Redmond’s cross from the right found Paddy Dooher who saw his first shot saved but he made no mistake with the rebound. St. Catherines beat the offside trap to equalise on 40 minutes when Ryan Ward found himself one on one and finished low into bottom corner giving Castlefin keeper Kieran Brennan no chance. St.Catherines started the second half the better and took the lead on 53 minutes when Stevie Anderson made no mistake from the penalty spot. St.Catherines got their third on 63 minutes through Stefan Boyle. St.Catherines made it four and wrapped up all three points when Eoin O’Donnell finished neatly into bottom corner on 89 minutes.Referee: Con McLaughlin. Best for Castlefin: Paddy Dooher. Best for St.Catherines: Team Performance.Glencar Celtic 2 Erne Wanderers 2A brace from Jason Doherty kept Glencar on course in this season’s title battle. Erne didn’t make it easy for the reigning champions and goals from Jason Gallagher and Mark Dorrian kept the game alive until the final whistle.Glenree United Reserves 2 Fintown Harps AFC 0The first half was closely contested with both teams carving out half chances but the keepers came out on top. It looked like they were going to go in 0-0 at half time until Eric Roberts beat his man and delivered a fine cross to the back post which Vinny McLaughlin volleyed superbly from a tight angle past the keeper. Fintown came out strong after the break but found John Cunningham in the Glenree goal in good form. The visitors won a penalty when the Glenree keeper was adjudged to have fouled the Fintown attacker but the penalty was brilliantly saved by the in-form Cunningham. Hamlyn doubled the lead on 35 minutes when Darren Connor found him at the back post with a fine cross. Glenree saw out the game for a well-deserved first win of the season. A strong team performance for Fintown with Vinny McLaughlin, Benny Cunningham and Darren Connor standing out in a fine Glenree performance.Glencar Inn Saturday Division TwoCurragh Athletic Reserves 2 Drumoghill F.C. Reserves 1Curragh remained undefeated at home with a hard earned victory over a very good Drumoghill team. Curragh took the lead in the 40th minute when Justin Mc Bride passed the ball to Conor Gallagher who cleverly chipped the keeper. Drumoghill scored in the 60th minute from a Michael Lynch free kick. Curragh pushed for a winner, and were rewarded in the 90th minute when Justin Mc Bride found Owen Harvey who scored. Team performance from Curragh. Best for Drumoghill was Jason Flood.Mulroy Celtic 4 Milford United Reserves 0Mulroy came out victorious in this local derby. The home side took the lead inside the first ten minutes through Michael Sweeney who raced onto a through ball from big brother Eamon. Michael lifted the ball over Enda McHugh in the Milford goal. Mulroy and Michael doubled their tally before the interval. The second half began with Milford applying more pressure and created a few good chances. Mulroy made the game safe when Michael Sweeney controlled the ball thirty yards from goal, advanced forward, and fired an unstoppable shot in off the under-side of the crossbar. New signing Shaun Mc Govern was very unlucky not to open his account when he latched onto a great cross from Andrew Friel. Mc Govern got his deserved goal when Sweeney turned assistant and squared to his partner who finished well. Best for Milford: Ciaran McGinley and Ciaran Blaney. Best for Mulroy: Michael SweeneyStrand Rovers 0 Cranford United Reserves 0This game ended scoreless in Maghery. Rovers enjoyed the majority of the possession over the term but found the Cranford defence in defiant mood. Anything that did get beyond their rearguard was capably dealt with by their goalkeeper who went on to have a fine match. Doalty Boyle, Maghery’s best performer on the day tried to inspire his side but the points were shared in the West.Tullyvinney Rovers 0 Ramelton Mariners 4In a game which was reversed from the crossroads to Rabs Park Ramelton Mariners ran out comfortable 4-0 winners. Corey Mc Cahill opened the scoring on 26minutes when he finished from an acute angle. Five minutes later it was 2-0 when Brandon Toye scored from all of 40 yards into the top corner. The second half began with Tullyvinney fighting hard and using the long ball but the Mariners’ defence stood tall. Diggy Buchanan scored the 3rd on 53minutes with a delicate flick and the 4th was scored by Gavin “G-Mac” Mackey when he nodded home from a corner. Best for mariners were Barry Cullen and James Doyle. Good team effort from the visitors.ResultsOld Orchard Saturday Division OneArranmore United 2 v 2 Orchard F.C.Glenea United Reserves 2 v 2 Donegal Town ReservesCastlefin Celtic Reserves 1 v 4 St. Catherines ReservesGlencar Celtic v Erne WanderersGlenree United Reserves 2 v 0 Fintown Harps AFCGlencar Inn Saturday Division TwoCurragh Athletic Reserves 2 v 1 Drumoghill F.C. ReservesMulroy Celtic 4 v 0 Milford United ReservesStrand Rovers 0 v 0 Cranford United ReservesTullyvinney Rovers 0 v 4 Ramelton MarinersBrian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionCappry Rovers 4 v 3 Rathmullan CelticGlenea United 1 v 1 Milford UnitedGweedore Celtic 0 v 3 St. CatherinesKildrum Tigers 4 v 3 Lifford CelticDrumoghill F.C. 1 v 0 Cranford UnitedWatson Hire Division OneWhitestrand United 0 v 5 Lagan HarpsCastlefin Celtic 2 v 0 Gweedore UnitedKeadue Rovers 7 v 1 Kerrykeel ’71 F.C.Copany Rovers 2 v 1 Dunkineely CelticCT Ball Division TwoBallybofey United P v P Deele HarpsGlenree United 1 v 2 Raphoe TownLetterbarrow Celtic 2 v 3 Convoy ArsenalFixturesSaturday 29-11-2014 K.O. 2p.m. (Unless Stated)Old Orchard Saturday Division OneFintown Harps AFC v Orchard F.C.Glenree United Reserves v Glenea United ReservesGlencar Inn Saturday Division TwoDrumoghill F.C. Reserves v Keadue Rovers ReservesCranford United Reserves v Mulroy CelticMilford United Reserves v Ramelton MarinersDrumbar F.C. v Tullyvinney RoversUlster Junior Shield K.O. 1.30 p.m.St. Catherines Reserves v Quigleys Point SwiftsCT Ball Division Two K.O. 7.30 p.m.Convoy Arsenal v Raphoe TownSunday 30-11-2014Brian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionLifford Celtic v Gweedore CelticCappry Rovers v Milford UnitedDonegal Town v Glenea UnitedWatson Hire Division OneWhitestrand United v Castlefin CelticKeadue Rovers v Curragh AthleticLagan Harps v Kilmacrennan CelticGweedore United v Kerrykeel ’71 F.C.CT Ball Division TwoBallybofey United v Dunlewey CelticGlenree United v Eany CelticLetterbarrow Celtic v Bonagee UnitedUlster Junior Cup K.O. 1.30 p.m.Quigleys Point Swifts v Cranford UnitedGreencastle F.C. v Drumoghill F.C.DONEGAL LEAGUE – ALL YOUR RESULTS, REPORTS AND FIXTURES was last modified: November 23rd, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Donegal Leaguelast_img read more

Raiders take another shot at Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce

first_imgOAKLAND — The acquisitions the Raiders made in the offseason to upgrade their offensive and defensive lines and bolster their running game all paid dividends in their Week 1 win over the Denver Broncos.Now it’s time to see if the Raiders secondary, with Lamarcus Joyner but without Johnathan Abram, can slow down the Kansas City Chiefs and what is arguably the NFL’s best passing attack, led by quarterback Patrick Mahomes, receiver Sammy Watkins and tight end Travis Kelce.The Raiders host the …last_img